Finding bargains on the biggest shopping day of the season is now more convenient than ever, as smartphone apps continue to help consumers personalize their experience.
A controversial app dubbed “Tinder for fighting” has now been revealed to be nothing more than a marketing hoax gone viral.
A new smartphone app called “Off the Record” promises to help drivers fight parking tickets.
Hackers are threatening to release as many as 200,000 stolen photos from the popular picture messaging app Snapchat, which were never meant to be published or shared in the first place, including some of underage individuals.
An Idaho mechanic rescued of a baby who had stopped breathing. And it was all thanks to an app he had installed on his cell phone.
Texas mom Sharon Standifird developed an app called “Ignore No More,” which allows parents to control their teens’ smartphones when they don’t pick up their parents’ calls.
Parents, listen up. There’s a new app raising bullying concerns at schools across America. “Yik Yak” is an app that allows people to post anonymous messages online that are seen by others within a mile and a half radius.
How do you know if a smartphone app is legitimate? Thousands of people were duped by a Google Play app that was marketed as anti-virus software, but later found to be useless.